change, confidence, grief, loss, Uncategorized

Goodbye Truck. Goodbye License.

It seemed so insignificant seven years ago when I first got my drivers license. It seemed a hassle when after losing it in Florida over Spring Break last year; I had to return to Texas to get a replacement. It was so precious today as I held it in my hand one last time before… Continue reading Goodbye Truck. Goodbye License.

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Be, Just Simply Be

Dr. Seuss once said "Adults are just outdated children." He was right. In rare moments, I am able to reconnect with my inner-child, or a more immature and carefree version of my 23-year-old self. Often this backwards journey is sparked by something small, a toy from the past, a movie or even simply a personality… Continue reading Be, Just Simply Be